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Take A Look At The World’s First Hydrogen Battery

Australian energy company Lavo has presented a serious contender to Tesla’s Powerwall with a home battery storage system that uses hydrogen as a fuel.
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First Hydrogen-Fueled Flight A Success

A company called ZeroAvia has successfully launched its first hydrogen-fueled aircraft capable of carrying six people.
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Siemens Gamesa Invests in Renewables in Africa

Siemens Gamesa, a leader in wind power technology, has announced the construction of a new 59-megawatt wind farm in Djibouti, East Africa.
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Nearly All New US Power Plants Built In 2021 Will Be Carbon-Free

Wind and solar currently make up a small share of U.S. electricity production, but they are being targeted to supply 70 percent of newly...
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Des Moines Pledges 24/7 Clean Electricity By 2035 Based On Google’s Model

The Des Moines City Council approved a resolution that outlines a series of carbon reduction goals, including one that promises 24/7 clean energy by...
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Capri’s Innovative Power Station Replaces The Island’s Diesel Plant

The new Terna electric power station on the island of Capri in Italy is a brilliant example of sustainable architecture that blends seamlessly into...
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Big Battery — The Missing Piece In The Renewables Puzzle

The Moss Landing Power Plant in Northern California is ready to begin a new life as the site of the world’s largest battery that...
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Solar Farms Popping Up In The Unlikeliest Places

Regions like Alaska are some of the least likely places you’d expect to see solar panels, but a solar farm in Willow is proof...
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Minnesota Power Plans To Deliver 100% Emission-Free Energy By 2050

Minnesota Power has revealed its goal to deliver 100% carbon-free energy to customers by 2050, and this goal includes expanding wind and solar resources.
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Siemens Combines Wind Energy With Hydrogen Production

Germany’s industrial energy components maker, Siemens, has announced that its first commercial green hydrogen production plant will combine with an offshore windmill.
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